Minneapolis, St. Paul Declare Snow Emergencies

February 25, 2018 06:57 PM

After the latest snowfall averaging around 6 to 8 inches, both Minneapolis and St. Paul declared snow emergencies Sunday.

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In St. Paul, parking restrictions will take effect beginning at 9 p.m. Sunday as crews work to remove the excess snow.  

The parking rules are as follows:

Beginning 9 p.m. Sunday: All night plow routes will be plowed. This includes all arterial or main streets posted with signs that say "Night Plow Route" and one side of all north-south residential streets posted with signs that say "Night Plow Route-This Side Of Street."

Beginnning 8 a.m. Monday: All day plow routes will be plowed. This includes all non-posted east-west residential streets and the non-posted side of north-south streets. Parking is banned until streets have been plowed full width. 

In Minneapolis, a snow emergency will also take affect at 9 p.m. Sunday.

The parking rules for there are as follows:

From 9 p.m. Sunday to 8 a.m. Monday: Do not park on either side of a snow emergency route until 8 a.m., or the street is fully plowed.

From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday: Do not park on the even numbered side of a non-snow emergency route until 8 p.m., or that side of the street is fully plowed, or on either side of a parkway until 8 p.m., or the parkway is fully plowed.

From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday: Do not park on the odd numbered side of a non-snow emergency route until 8 p.m., or that side of the street is fully plowed.

Snow Emergency Information Where You Live

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